Ahmed Raba'

Nature of Work
Academic
Profession
Associate Professor
Email Address
ahmedm@najah.edu

Dr. Ahmed Awad Amin Raba' was born in Jaba’/Jenin in 1960 married four daughters and a son, and holds a doctorate degree in curriculum and instruction, "Methods of Teaching English language" of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. He is currently a faculty member at the College of Educational Sciences and the preparation of teachers and the Graduate School since 2003. Many of his papers published in his field in the Arab and foreign journals with high impact factor


He has supervised many theses in the TEFL Department since 2006. Since 1982, he worked as a teacher of English Language for the secondary level in many schools at home and abroad he also worked as the supervisor of English in Jenin Governorate, in addition to serving as an educational consultant for some municipalities. He participated in several local and international conferences parallel to working as educational consultant for Qattan Institution and the Continuing Education Centre of the University of Bir Zeit in designing and teaching several e-courses.

He has been working as a member of local and international scientific journals. He also supervised the preparation of training materials and teaching them in many advanced courses in the field of translation and ESP, He is a member in IVLP International Visitors Leadership Program, which is supervised and run by the US Government.

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Institution
Silat Adaher Secondary school
Country
Palestine
Degree
High School
Faculty
Department
Thesis
Speciality
Sub speciality
Duration
1978 - 1978
Institution
Al-Khadouri Institute
Country
Palestine
Degree
Diploma
Faculty
Teaching English
Department
Education
Thesis
Teaching English
Speciality
Sub speciality
Duration
1978 - 1980
Institution
An-Najah National University
Country
Palestine
Degree
BSc
Faculty
Art
Department
Department of English
Thesis
English Language and Literature
Speciality
English
Sub speciality
Literature
Duration
1984 - 1987
Institution
An-Najah National University
Country
Palestine
Degree
MSc
Faculty
Education
Department
Methods of Teaching Department
Thesis
“The Errors That Arabic-Speaking Palestinians Make in Forming the English Relative Clause.”
Speciality
TEFL
Sub speciality
English Curriculum
Duration
1992 - 1995
Institution
Amman Arab University for post graduate studies
Country
Jordan
Degree
PhD
Faculty
Education
Department
Curriculum and Instruction
Thesis
“The Relative Effect of a Pragmatic Approach on Improving the Comprehension and Translation Skills of the Advanced-Level Program Students at Amman Private Schools.”
Speciality
TEFL
Sub speciality
Curriculum and Instructions
Duration
2000 - 2003
Country
Palestine
Institution
Ministry of Education
Position/Job Description
Teacher of English
Period
Aug. 31, 1990 - Oct. 31, 1995
Country
Palestine
Institution
Ministry of Education
Position/Job Description
Supervisor of English
Period
Dec. 1, 1995 - Aug. 31, 1999
Country
Jordan
Institution
Rawdat Al-Maaref Schools and Colledge
Position/Job Description
Teacher of English for IGCSC and IGRS
Period
Aug. 31, 2000 - Aug. 30, 2003
Country
Palestine
Institution
An-Najah National University
Position/Job Description
Staff Member
Period
Oct. 31, 2003 - July 31, 2005
Country
Palestine
Institution
An-Najah National University
Position/Job Description
Chairperson of the Methodology Department
Period
Aug. 31, 2005 - Aug. 31, 2006
Country
Palestine
Institution
An-Najah National University
Position/Job Description
Coordinator of the Master Students {Methods of Teaching Department}
Period
Sept. 1, 2005 - Dec. 31, 2010
Country
Palestine
Institution
An-Najah National University
Position/Job Description
Staff member in Undergraduate and graduate departments
Period
Jan. 1, 2011 - June 8, 2016
  • Conference Paper Using Songs to Improve the Third Graders’ English Vocabulary from the Teacher's Perspectives
  • Conference Paper The influence of smart games in teaching English appropriately for the Arabs
  • Original research An Emerging Model of E-Learning in Palestine: The Case of An-Najah National University
  • Original research An Emerging Model of E-Learning in Palestine: The Case of An-Najah National University
  • Original research THE IMPACT OF EFFECTIVE TEACHING STRATEGIES ON PRODUCING FAST AND GOOD LEARNING OUTCOMES
  • Original research The Influence of Think-Pair-Share (TPS) on Improving Students' Oral Communication Skills in EFL Classrooms
  • Original research The Influence of English Teaching Forums on Improving Eleventh Graders’ Writing Skills in Habla Secondary School for Girls
  • Original research THE REALITY OF TEACHING PRACTICE AT AN-NAJAH NATIONAL UNIVERSITY AND AL-QUDS OPEN UNIVERSITY FROM THE STUDENTS-TEACHERS’ PERSPECTIVES, TEFL MAJORS
  • Original research Students' Attitude towards Distance Learning at Al-Quds Open University/ Tulkarem Educational Region
  • Original research The Challenge of Classroom Leadership and Management Facing Newly Appointed Teachers
  • Original research Title: The Role of Educational Counseling in Reducing Conduct Disorders Among Students of Primary Stage in Nablus Governorate
  • Original research Storytelling as an Aid in Promoting Oral Proficiency of Grade Eleven Students from Teachers' Perspectives in Tulkarm District US-China Foreign Languages.
  • Original research Effective teaching from An-Najah National University M.A. Students’ perspectives
  • Original research The Most Common Spelling Errors Arab Students From Grades 6-9 Make in Their Learning of English
    • 2015-01-01
    • Ahmed Awad Amin Mahmoud Raba'
  • Original research The Importance of Integrating the Target Culture in English Language Teaching from the Teacher's Perspectives.
    • 2014-01-01
    • Ahmed Awad Amin Raba'
  • Original research Using Games to Promote Students' Motivation towards Learning English
    • 2014-01-01
    • Ahmed Awad Amin Mahmoud Raba'
    • Ziyad Ahmed Tanni
  • Original research Bioactivity of Viscum album extracts from Olive and Almond host plants in Palestine
  • Original research Evaluating “English for Palestine XII” in Terms of the EFL/ ESL Textbook Evaluation Checklist from the Teachers' Perspectives in Nablus Directorate Schools
    • 2013-01-01
    • Ahmed Awad Amin Raba'
  • Original research The Most Common Punctuation Errors Made by the English and the TEFL Majors at An-Najah National University
    • 2012-01-01
    • Ahmed Awad Amin Raba'
  • Original research The Effect of Using the Exchangeable and Cooperative Teaching Techniques on the Sixth Grade Students' Achievement in English and Its Reflection on Their Social and Psychological Skills
    • 2012-01-01
    • Ahmed Awad Amin Mahmoud Raba'
    • zeyad Ibrahim Barakat
  • Original research Schools English Teachers' Attitudes towards Adopting Independent Learning.
    • 2011-01-01
    • Ahmed Awad Amin Mahoud Raba'
  • Original research -The English Department University Students' Linguistic Skills in the Light of some Variables,
    • 2011-01-01
    • Ahmed Awad Amin Mahmoud Raba'
    • Ziyad
  • Original research The Role of the Arab Universities in Developing the Knowledge Society in Viewpoint of their Teaching Staff Members.
    • 2011-01-01
    • Zeyad Barakat
    • Ahmed Awad Amin Mahmoud Raba'
  • Original research The Impact of using chat on the students' achievement from the teachers' Perspectives in Nablus Schools
    • 2010-01-01
    • Ahmed Awad Amin Mahmoud Raba'
    • Fawaz Aqel
  • Original research The Effect of Using “Story Grammars” on the Students’ Achievement.
    • 2010-01-01
    • Ahmed Awad Amin Mahmoud Raba'
    • Ayman Nazzal
  • Original research The Teachers’ and Students’ Perspective towards Using the Internet in Learning English as A foreign Language
    • 2010-01-01
    • Zeyad Barakat
    • Ahmed Awad Amin Mahmoud Raba'
  • Original research The Effect of Collaborative Strategy on Improving Students’ Potentials in learning Active Voice and Passive Voice in English
    • 2010-01-01
    • Ahmed Awad Amin Mahmoud Raba'
    • Kalaf Al-Makhzoumi
  • Original research Analyzing “English for Palestine-10” for Teaching English for the Tenth Graders in Public Schools in Palestine in Terms of the Characteristics of a good English Textbook
    • 2008-01-01
    • Ahmed Awad Amin Mahmoud Raba'
  • Original research Analyzing “English for Palestine IV” in Terms of the Characteristics of a good English Textbook
    • 2006-01-01
    • Ahmed Awad Amin Mahmoud Raba'
  • Original research The Role of the Macro and Micro Structures in Understanding a Literary Text
    • 2006-01-01
    • Ahmed Awad Amin Mahmoud Raba'
    • Kalaf Al-Makhzoumi
  • Original research The Use of Arabic in Classes of English as A foreign Language (EFL)
    • 2005-01-01
    • Ahmed Awad Amin Mahmoud Raba'
    • Kalaf Al-Makhzoumi